In a move that has drawn criticism from the community, the Springs School Board has appointed a new district clerk, choosing a different staff member over an employee who had served for 13 years in that capacity.
The Wellness Foundation of East Hampton, a nonprofit, is marking its 10th anniversary this year, and expanding its focus on engaging children and families in learning about and improving their health through optimal nutrition and lifestyle choices.
Several school board members in the East Hampton, Springs, Sag Harbor, and Wainscott districts were re-elected as board officers during recent organizational meetings, while a number of new members have been added to the mix.
Resources for young people undergoing mental health crises isn’t so much a “want” as a “need,” according to the teens and 20-somethings who poured their hearts out at a recent forum at the Montauk Firehouse.
The news that Cleopatra Panagiosoulis, the Springs School vice principal, had resigned after just two years to take a job as principal of a preschool in Freeport drew criticism at Tuesday’s organizational meeting of the Springs School Board.